Friday, September 2, 2016

Friday Memes: Diplomatic Immunity by Brodi Ashton

Happy Friday everybody!!
Book Beginnings on Friday is now hosted by Rose City Reader. The Friday 56 is hosted at Freda's Voice. Check out the links above for the rules and for the posts of the participants each week. Don’t dig for your favorite book, the coolest, the most intellectual. Use the CLOSEST.

In seeking the truth, you have to get both sides of a story. At least, that's what Walter Cronkite says.
Friday 56:
I picked up the remnants of my lunch, threw them away, and marched over to his table.

He seemed aware I was coming, but kept his eyes on his food.
This week I am reading Diplomatic Immunity by Brodi Ashton. I got this eARC for review from Edelweiss. Here is the description from Amazon:
Anna and the French Kiss meets The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks in a romantic and hilarious new novel from Brodi Ashton, the author of the Everneath trilogy. 

Raucous parties, privileged attitudes, underage drinking, and diplomatic immunity . . . it’s all part of student life on Embassy Row.

Piper Baird has always dreamed of becoming a journalist. So when she scores a scholarship to exclusive Chiswick Academy in Washington, DC, she knows it’s her big opportunity. Chiswick offers the most competitive prize for teen journalists—the Bennington scholarship—which would ensure her acceptance to one of the best schools in the country.

Piper isn’t at Chiswick for two days before she witnesses the extreme privilege of the young and wealthy elite who attend her school—and realizes that access to these untouchable students just might give her the edge she’ll need to blow the lid off life at the school in a scathing and unforgettable exposé worthy of the Bennington.

The key to the whole story lies with Rafael Amador, the son of the Spanish Ambassador—and the boy at the center of the most explosive secrets and scandals on Embassy Row. Rafael is big trouble—and when he drops into her bedroom window one night, asking for help, it’s Piper’s big chance to get the full scoop. Except Piper discovers that despite his dark streak, Rafael is smart, kind, funny, and gorgeous—and she might have real feelings for him. How can she break the story of a lifetime if it will destroy the boy she just might love?


  1. This sounds great, I think I would enjoy it. Thanks for sharing. Here's Dead in the Water by Irna van Zyl, which I'll be reading this weekend.

  2. I haven't heard of this one or read anything by the author before. However, I liked the sound of it. So thanks for mentioning it. :-)

  3. Walter Cronkite was right. :-)
    Happy Labor day weekend!

  4. This sounds like an entertaining story with lots of opportunities for chaos (and laughs!) I definitely agree with Walter Cronkite.
    My Friday post features BAREFOOT AT SUNSET.

  5. I am on the fence about this one. Thanks for sharing. Happy Friday!


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